The Race for a New Game Machine
Creating the Chips Inside the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3
The Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game systems have changed the face of home entertainment. But few know the amazing story inside the consoles--how David Shippy and his team of engineers at the Sony/Toshiba/IBM Design Center (STI) forged the tiny miracle at the core of it all: a revolutionary microprocessor chip that set a new paradigm in personal computing. At stake were the livelihoods--and sanity--of an unsung group of tireless visionaries. At war were the giants Microsoft and Sony.
"Drama and secret deals. . . This is the real deal."--Bob Molyneaux, ChipBridge
Here is a dazzling, behind-the-scenes account of life in the tech world, featuring memorable characters, high-level corporate intrigue, and cutthroat business dealings. It's a story that's never been told--until now.
"The real story of a team of people tasked with doing the impossible."--John C. Beck, author of Got Game
"Remarkable. . .fascinating."--Dean Takahashi, author of Opening the Xbox
"The story of the whole effort to build the Cell."--The Wall Street Journal
Title: The Race for a New Game Machine
Author: David Shippy; Mickie Phipps
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